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Warning Attack Dogs Signs

Warning Attack Dogs Signs

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Warning attack dogs signs alert intruders that attack dogs are on the premises and enter at their own risk.
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Warning attack dogs signs alert intruders that attack dogs are on the premises and enter at their own risk. Best quality and selection. Fast shipping. 60 years of satisfied customers.
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Product Features - Warning Attack Dogs Signs

  • Property protection signs stand up to all weather conditions.
  • Signs are available in 3 reflectivity styles: non-reflective, engineer grade, or high intensity.
  • Available in 3 materials: aluminum, steel, or polyethylene.
  • Choose from standard or duroshield topcoats.
  • Signs are available in 2 sizes.
  • Sign reads: Warning attack dogs on premises no trespassing.

Call us at 1-877-775-5939 to learn about this product.
Free material samples of this product may be available.

Specifications

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Adhesive Type Non-Adhesive
Color Black/Red on White
Compatible Surface Types Even, Flat, Posts
Header No Header
Illumination Not Illuminated
Indoor or Outdoor Use Indoor/Outdoor Use
Language English
Maximum Service Temperature 176°F
Minimum Service Temperature -40°F
Mounting Type 2 Mounting Holes
Number of Printed Sides 1
Pictogram Description Dog Symbol
Serialization No Serialization
Shape Rectangle
Application Prohibited Activity Signs
Sign Projection Type Flat
Text Legend WARNING ATTACK DOGS ON PREMISES NO TRESPASSING
Width 24"
Dimensions 18" H x 24" W

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    Product Review

    Are there predrilled mounting holes on the sign?

    Asked by: elvira2015
    Yes. There are 2 holes centered in the middle of the sign. One on top and the other on the bottom.
    Answered by: Valerie
    Date published: 2015-11-21
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